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Make a difference by walking in solidarity, or by sponsoring a walker with a pledge.

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Walk for Water:
hosted by Paseo del Rey Church
Rohr Park, Bonita, CA
September 9, 2017, 8:30 AM



Walk for Water events started when one 7-year-old girl said, “This isn’t right,” and organized a walk in her own neighborhood.

Your impact matters. By organizing your own fundraiser, you’re providing others with a real opportunity to reach the most vulnerable with long-lasting access to clean water.

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Put your passion, talents and ideas to work in a fun and rewarding way to help end this crisis. From Walk for Water events or a 5k, to babysitting and bake sales, to a donate jar in your office – there are many creative ways to make an impact.

Whatever your idea, know that you’re joining many others with the same goal in mind. Turn your passion into action -- and bring your friends.

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You can also make an impact simply by re-sharing 20 Liters’ Facebook posts with your friends.

With one click, our updates will reach so many more people, giving them the chance to join the efforts to make clean water possible. Email, social media, word of mouth: we can all make a difference.

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Volunteers are integral to the work of 20 Liters. When you give your time and talent, you’re joining hundreds of volunteers in the United States and Rwanda to facilitate access to clean, safe water for those who lack it.

Check out the opportunities below or contact us any time | 616.406.3928

Volunteer Opportunities


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The Power of Passion in the Classroom

Karman Vanderstel is a 3rd grade teacher at Georgetown Elementary School in Hudsonville, Michigan. Her school days are filled with lessons about math, spelling, geography…and water. Last year, a good… Read More

20 Liters Program Report – July 2017

Dear Friends, Greetings from Rwanda. This month, the team in the field was able to visit 20 homes of the most vulnerable in the Gashora Sector of Rwanda and facilitated… Read More

20 Liters Program Report – June 2017

Greetings from a sunny and hot Rwanda. This month has been very productive for us in terms of field activities because the goals set were overachieved. I was happy to… Read More

Finding Community through Volunteerism

From a distance as we approached one of the home steads just after the trading center in the Juru sector of Rwanda, I was sure that the lady busy cleaning… Read More

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We’re making dirty water clean.  But we can’t do it alone.

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